The Heritage Lottery Fund is researching the needs of the heritage sector to engage young people with heritage. It is half-way through its current strategic framework and starting to think about what they could do to support more high quality, sustainable work with young people. The results of this research will inform the planning for their next strategic framework to be introduced in early 2018.
They want to understand what you need to develop and deliver work with young people aged 11-25. They would like to hear from organisations with all levels of experience, from those with a strong track record of programmes for young people to those who are yet to reach out to this age group.
HLF are working with independent researchers Icarus to complete this study, and your views will be extremely important in giving Icarus good quality information from across the heritage sector on which to base their findings.
They very much hope you will be able to take part in this important research by clicking on the link below and completing the online survey by Friday 9th October. The survey will take around 15 minutes to complete.